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don melchor cabernet sauvignon maipo valley, chile 2012
this wine represents an assemblage of cabernet sauvignon and cabernet franc originating from 7 distinct, yet contiguous sub-divided blocks with vines ranging from 25-30 years of age.
3 oz. $18
6 oz. $30
catena alta malbec mendoza, argentina 2012
two decades ago the wine-making team of catena began an investigation focused on specially selected, high altitude vineyards with the best fruit. the alta is an assemblage of these historic rows which create a wine that is layered and complex, yet concentrated and nuanced.
3 oz. $20
6 oz. $36
justin isosceles paso robles, california 2013
This wine has been the flagship and benchmark of quality in California's central coast. it is a balance of generous, approachable fruit and complex flavors from cabernet sauvignon, cabernet franc and merlot.
3 oz. $22
6 oz. $40
caymus cabernet sauvignon napa valley, california 2014
the long hang time allows the caymus cabernets their highly regarded abundant but velvety tannins. rich, dense and opulent flavors and texture give the wine a lasting impression.
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Blending classic techniques with adventurous Pacific Rim flavors, culinary pioneer Roy Yamaguchi created an entirely new approach to fine dining. The first Roy's opened in Honolulu in 1988 and we've spread our warm hospitality and passion for innovative and creative cuisine and beverage around the world ever since. Join us tonight in Anaheim, CA to discover the fresh ingredients and outstanding seafood, expertly prepared by our local chefs that made us famous.
My husband and I visited at happy hour and enjoyed Roy’s. I tried two cocktails: a 1988 and a Hawaiian martini. They were delicious and at $7 a bargain too. We ate lobster potstickers and ahi tempura sushi. The food was good and service was...More
Went here last night and had the most exceptional service I have ever had. Traci T. was incredible. Her knowledge was outstanding, but her knack for customer service and relating to people was unparalleled. She was amazing with my parents and even better with our...More
We have been to Roy’s a few times, mostly in Hawaii, and so when we went to Disneyland with the kids and found a Roy’s in Anaheim i was excited - being pretty sick of Disneyland- type food. However, when we walked in it immediately...More
Much more affordable wine list then at the Disney restaurants. Very good with kids. Beautifully dished plates. Smaller menu with high quality plates just as we like it to get the flair of the chef. Took good care to put our girls name on their...More
Shannon was our server. Super attentive, friendly and professional. Made sure our drink glasses were always full, dinner items were prepared as requested and table was always cleared and cleaned. Will ask to sit in his section on our next visit.
As always, dinner was...More
A large group of us went here after work. Roy's was very busy and if you go here you will totally understand Why. Everything was awesome from the Sushi appetizers to the large variety of meal choices. They have a few signature drinks (which I...More
Our Sunrise at Haleakala Roll must have been deep fried, and possibly refried as grease was oozing out of it onto the plate and it was dry, like really dry. The fish and other stuff inside was indistinguishable. The predominate flavor was grease. Possibly the...More
Great food. We had a range of appetisers and then a salad the first day and then steak and lobster the next. Both visitas were excellent.Barbie our waitress looked after us well as did Kristi during the first visit. Well worth going to Roy’s. The...More
Hello uwgrimlock, unfortunately I am unable to provide that technical answer you. I do apologize for a late response my app has not been providing me with updates. I hope you found the answer to you question about aloha in... More
Hello uwgrimlock, unfortunately I am unable to provide that technical answer you. I do apologize for a late response my app has not been providing me with updates. I hope you found the answer to you question about aloha in the bar.
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So, I can only answer for my primary location in Pasadena California and the do offer Aloha Hour every night.... best idea is to locate the one you want to go to and then call and ask... I did a little research on lime for... More
So, I can only answer for my primary location in Pasadena California and the do offer Aloha Hour every night.... best idea is to locate the one you want to go to and then call and ask... I did a little research on lime for you and it does say Aloha Hour offered every night..... I would play it safe and call ahead and ask.